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IEC IEC L7423 06 18 AWG Speaker wire with RCA Female Black adapter 6' P1574900IEC-L7423-06 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/IEC/IEC-L7423-06.jpg IEC L7423 06 18 AWG Speaker wire with RCA Female Black adapter 6' Manufacturer part number: L7423-06Stripped and tinned on one end to be connected to speaker terminals. Silver (or copper with stripe) will go to the black terminal while plain copper goes to the red.Please Note: These cables will only work with amplifiers designed to drive speakers. Will not work to a line level signal. A DVD player, Blu-ray player or other similar device would typically have a line level signal and would need an amplifier to drive a speaker.We also have the following RCA to Speaker cables;Single connector w/ Black shellSingle connector w/ Red shellDual for stereo (Black/Red)With Male RCAWith Female RCAFull description: WeightN/ALength1 Foot Black Band, 1 Foot Red Band, 1 Foot Pair (Red/Black), 6 Foot Black Band, 6 Foot Red Band, 6 Foot Pair (Red/Black) 1574900 787714069911 0.10lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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customer review - by , June 6, 2020
5/ 5stars
I recently upgraded my 5.1 home theater speaker system. The new subwoofer was wireless so it was required for me to connect the transmitter into my AV receiver. The transmitter had a male RCA plug which needed to be plugged in, but my receiver did not have a female RCA plug. After finding this product, the transmitter is working perfectly with my AV receiver and my subwoofer is connected as normal.Great product!
customer review - by , March 3, 2020
5/ 5stars
You wanna know what happened to me? Well I'll tell you anyway. I got me some Douk Q100 2.1 Speaker amplifiers for my prehistoric but Bose speakers (popular, dahlings, in the pre-cambrian era; ask any pterodactyl); a bunch of bluetooth transmitter/receivers; some rca cables with GOLD PLATED 3.5 mm jacks so I could feel Real Uptown, and started putting all this crap together. Then I got to the amplifier, which -- just as it had before I started all this -- has eight binding posts for bare wire.So I had to go back and find these, which, when added to all the above, manages to get the sound from the components to go to the transmitter and across the dining room table to the amplifiers and out of the speakers.For the Technically Minded ... COPPER is RED or POSITIVE; SILVER is BLACK or NEGATIVE. Remember that when you get to YOUR binding posts, lads.

IEC L7423-06 18 AWG Speaker wire with RCA Female Black adapter 6'

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Manufacturer part number: L7423-06

Stripped and tinned on one end to be connected to speaker terminals. Silver (or copper with stripe) will go to the black terminal while plain copper goes to the red.

IEC L7423-06 18 AWG Speaker wire with RCA Female Black adapter 6 IEC L7423-06 18 AWG Speaker wire with RCA Female Black adapter 6

Please Note: These cables will only work with amplifiers designed to drive speakers. Will not work to a line level signal. A DVD player, Blu-ray player or other similar device would typically have a line level signal and would need an amplifier to drive a speaker.

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By Kenta
Date: June 06, 2020
I recently upgraded my 5.1 home theater speaker system. The new subwoofer was wireless so it was required for me to connect the transmitter into my AV receiver. The transmitter had a male RCA plug which needed to be plugged in, but my receiver did not have a female RCA plug. After finding this product, the transmitter is working perfectly with my AV receiver and my subwoofer is connected as normal.Great product!
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Irving Washington
Date: March 09, 2020
You wanna know what happened to me? Well I'll tell you anyway. I got me some Douk Q100 2.1 Speaker amplifiers for my prehistoric but Bose speakers (popular, dahlings, in the pre-cambrian era; ask any pterodactyl); a bunch of bluetooth transmitter/receivers; some rca cables with GOLD PLATED 3.5 mm jacks so I could feel Real Uptown, and started putting all this crap together. Then I got to the amplifier, which -- just as it had before I started all this -- has eight binding posts for bare wire.So I had to go back and find these, which, when added to all the above, manages to get the sound from the components to go to the transmitter and across the dining room table to the amplifiers and out of the speakers.For the Technically Minded ... COPPER is RED or POSITIVE; SILVER is BLACK or NEGATIVE. Remember that when you get to YOUR binding posts, lads.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
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